mercapturic acid

mercapturic acid
меркаптуровая кислота

undecylene dicarboxylic acid — ундецилендикарбоновая кислота

tetrahydro-oxo-furan carboxylic acid — параконовая кислота

sulphobenzene stearic acid — сульфобензолстеариновая кислота

pyridine monocarboxylic acid — пиридинмонокарбоновая кислота

propane tetracarboxylic acid — пропантетракарбоновая кислота

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